AI-generated writing can seem like magic, one that many writers were certain would make them disappear. But once you pull back the curtain, the method is fraught with errors, legal and ethical debates, and lifeless content. Emily Claus shares why AI isn’t ready to replace your writer and why depending on it can be risky.
Whether we are aware of them or not, we use codes constantly in our everyday lives, and credit unions are no different. George Hopper explains why cultivating a code book is beneficial for your credit union, your data, and your members.
Being a manager requires keeping up with all your employees and their work. But what do you do when tasked with managing an employee whose work you don’t understand? Sarah Sweet provides insight on managing IT by focusing on the person, not the task.
In the age of self-service, many credit unions are asking themselves if they need a teller line anymore or if it can be done away with. Rick Preble of RVA Financial Credit Union has done exactly that, replacing his teller lines with ITMs. John Beachamp examines the motive behind the decision, the process, and how members took the shift.
Web Developer Tony Muka shares five things all credit unions should know about their domain name and how they can find that information.
With self-service still at the forefront of banking, offering members features such as card controls and push notifications seems like a no-brainer. But how do these features work and what benefits will they provide your members? Nicole Cooper shares her thoughts.
Is your credit union taking advantage of online forms? Kristian Daniel argues you should be and explains what benefits they offer your members and your credit union.